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Contemporary Art in NICARAGUA

The situation that steered the curatorial reins of that project is not the same anymore. However, I don’t believe this is one of the most visible enclaves in Central America. Nicaragua is penciled in a

Editorial 1 English

Our publishing group is giving its readers Art by Excelencias, a magazine envisaged to bear testimony to the creative processes within the framework of the fine arts and their main figures in the Ameri

VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE, A CLEARING IN THE WOODS

As I read on Visible and Invisible, I imagine the exceptional hand of Pedro de Oraa –the hand of a painter and author, making sure this appraisal doesn’t lean solely to one side– assisted by profound t

Elusive PARAGUAY

When Argentinean critic Victoria Verlichak suggested me to present an exhibit of Paraguayan contemporary art in Buenos Aires, we both knew we had to fight not only against ignorance, but also against g

TO SEE THE SPIRIT

I ignore whether curating a book –organize it, be responsible for all its images and vignettes, for all texts both critical and informative– may hamper someone from writing a review about it. I wonder

Lourdes Fernández ARCOmadrid 2009 Director

In your view, what were the main achievements of ARCOmadrid 08 and what influence did they exert in the conception of the 2009 edition? The main achievement of last year’s edition was its strengthening

VANITIES AND RHIZOMES

El Observatorio de Línea (Ediciones Union, 2008) is an anti-academic book. I guess it’s the most bohemian book I’ve ever read and that enthralls me. I can’t help it. Elvia Rosa Castro gives herself all

CRIST

Cristobal Reinoso was born in 1946 in Santa Fe, Argentina. He started making cartoons for TV shows, but he soon went head-on into graphic humor. Since 1973, he publishes daily in Buenos Aires’s Clarin